The psychology teacher was asked, “What about the sane person? You have spoken in detail about the insane person. What about the sane ones?”
The psychology teacher answered, “When we find a sane person, we cure him.”
Children are sane ones. They sense their freedom, their capacity to create; they love their curiosity, their ability to express freely. We cure them. We teach them how to talk and then we tell them to shut up. We introduce them to society’s rules (1) look good (2) be liked (3) go along to get along (4) insist you’re right at any cost (5) dominate others to avoid being dominated by others. We introduce them to all kinds of “isms” — Catholicism, communism, Judaism, capitalism—the list goes on.
Are you one of the sane ones? People who are sane are antisocial. Society is not against them; they are against society. They refuse to allow society to tell them what to think, how to dress, what God to worship.